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M&G invented story about my Cope departure

The M&G has given Philip Dexter the right to reply after the press ombud ruled in the paper's favour regarding his complaint.

The party’s over: Desperate Dexter says Cope is kaput

Cope's former spokesperson Philip Dexter denies he left for financial reasons, despite a Facebook appeal for donations to help fight a court case.

Cope’s emperor short-changed on his new clothes

Missing funds for non-existent T-shirts and shaky coalition deals have left Cope leader Mosiuoa Lekota with fewer friends after the local elections.

Pay up, Dexter tells Shilowa in Cope legal-fees spat

Mbhazima Shilowa's house will be auctioned off unless he pays Cope president Mosiuoa Lekota's legal fees, Cope's head of communications has said.

Win friends and influence others

The DA will not court trouble by entering coalitions with problematic parties merely to win control over two small municipalities in the Western Cape.

Dexter: I did not say Cope is dead

Cope's Phillip Dexter has defended his discussion document against "sensationalist" media reports, saying he did not call the party dead.

Relaunch or fold, Dexter tells Cope

Cope communications chief Phillip Dexter has proposed that the party relaunch itself or disband, the <em>Times</em> said on Thursday.

Cope’s power wrangles may pose headache for IEC

Cope looks set to present a serious headache to the IEC as it prepares for the local government elections, scheduled for May 18.

A bigot with his eye on the Cabinet?

While Blade Nzimande attacks the media and judiciary, South Africans must heed the words of the Constitution's caretakers.

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